I am working on a project which addresses finances and I am curious if I could use qunatlib for it. I have already looked it a documentation about it but since I am definitely not an expert in finances, could not conclude if the quantlib suits well for the measures I have.
For example, I am calculating coupon / dividend payment on top of a bond / stock on a certain day. Lets have a look at the coupon example. On the specified day a client has 10 Bonds (each has face amount of 100 USD and coupon rate of 7%), by the simple multiplication I calculate that the client gets 70 USD on that day.
As well as I am calculating book and market value of assets along with total and relative price return measures also on top of asset. I am curious of any of those would be possible to calculate by using
qunatlib. I see that it is generally widely used and offers a hand full of features and the further motivation for this is the fact that I would not like to reinvent the wheel if there is a library which can do it for me.
If anyone could tell me if it is possible to calculate any of those measures using
qunatlib and ideally provide a sample of the measurement it would be great. I'll appreciate any help.
Thx in advance